Abelardo Morell Catalogue
Abelardo Morell
Selected Books
Graphis Fine Art Photography 2.  Graphis Inc. New York, New York. 1997.
Miller, Denise, et al.  Photography's Multiple Roles.  The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College. Chicago, Illinois. 1998.
George, Alice Rose and Lee Marks, eds.  Hope Photographs.  Thames and Hudson. New York, New York. 1998.
Mulligan, Therese and David Wooters, eds.  Photography from 1939 to Today.  Taschen. Cologne, Germany. 1999.
Danziger, James, intro.  American Photographs 1900-2000.  Assouline. New York, New York. 1999.
Fraenkel, Jeffrey, ed.  20Twenty.  Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. 1999.
Merritt, Raymond W. and Miles Barth, ed.  A Thousand Hounds: The Presence of Dogs in the History of Photography.  Taschen. New York, New York. 2000.
Hirsch, Robert.  Seizing the Light: A History of Photography.  McGraw-Hill. New York, New York. 2000.
Gore, Al and Tipper.  Spirit of Family.  Henry Holt Publishers. New York, New York. 2002.
McCoy, Terry; William Kennedy, intro.  Cuba on the Verge: An Island in Transition.  Bulfinch Press. New York, New York. 2003.
Blink. 100 Photographers, 10 Curators, 10 Writers.  Phaidon Press. London, United Kingdom. 2004.
Douglas, Andrea N.  The Museum: Conditions & Spaces.  University of Virginia Art Museum. Charlottesville, Virginia. 2004.
Spencer-Wood, Sophie; Henri Peretz, preface; Margaret Walters, notes.  Family: Photographers Photograph Their Families.  Phaidon Press. London, United Kingdom and New York, New York. 2005.
Panzer, Mary; Christian Caujolle, afterword.  Things As They Are: photojournalism in context since 1955.  World Press Photo. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2005.
Havinga, Anne, Karen Haas, and Nancy Keeler.  MFA Highlights: Photography.  MFA Press. Boston, Massachusetts. 2008.
Oliveres, Rosa.  Mirada interior: Centenario de Parque Florido sede de la Fundacion Lazaro Galdiano.  Fondacion Lazaro Galdiano, Sociedad Estatal de Conmemoraciones Culturales. Madrid, Spain. 2009.
Morell, Abelardo, Ted Muehling, and Oliver Sacks.  The Island of Rota.  MoMA. New York, New York. 2010.
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